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Study the word list: Key Stage 3: Art: abs - exh

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abstract Abstract art is a representation of something in a unrealistic way. It often makes no clear link to the true subject and is an interpretation of the artist.
acrylic Each of these pieces of acrylic will be useful for my key ring.
charcoal Use charcoal to colour in your picture.
collage Class 4 have created a large and colourful collage.
collection The gallery has wonderful collection of watercolours.
colour British English spelling Kelly loves the colour turquoise.
crosshatch Crosshatch involves light and shadow.
dimension The room was the wrong dimension.
display There was a display of books in the window.
easel Use the easel in the corner.
exhibition Many people visited the art exhibition.

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